The woman’s armchair goes viral when people see a human silhouette worn in the old brown leather

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An Oklahoma woman’s old brown armchair has gone viral on social media thanks to a very obvious discoloration that resembles the silhouette of a person sitting there.

DeAnna ‘DeDe’ Whitlock Yingling, 52, decided to sell her brown chair online last month and put it on 15 websites for the price of $ 100.

Her modest armchair soon gained much more attention than she could have ever expected thanks to its ingrained pattern that seems to take the shape of a man who regularly sat there.

Anyone there?  An Ohlahoma woman's old brown armchair has gone viral on social media thanks to a very obvious discoloration that resembles the silhouette of a person sitting there

Anyone there? An Ohlahoma woman’s old brown armchair has gone viral on social media thanks to a very obvious discoloration that resembles the silhouette of a person sitting there

The chair soon gained much more attention than she could ever have expected thanks to its ingrained pattern that seems to take the shape of a man who regularly sat there.

The chair soon gained much more attention than she could ever have expected thanks to its ingrained pattern that seems to take the shape of a man who regularly sat there.

The chair soon gained much more attention than she could ever have expected thanks to its ingrained pattern that seems to take the shape of a man who regularly sat there.

DeAnna 'DeDe' Whitlock Yingling, 52, last month decided to sell her brown chair online and put it on 15 websites for the price of $ 100

DeAnna 'DeDe' Whitlock Yingling, 52, decided to sell her brown chair online last month and put it on 15 websites for the price of $ 100

DeAnna 'DeDe' Whitlock Yingling, 52, decided to sell her brown chair online last month and put it on 15 websites for the price of $ 100

DeAnna 'DeDe' Whitlock Yingling, 52, decided to sell her brown chair online last month and put it on 15 websites for the price of $ 100

On sale: DeAnna ‘DeDe’ Whitlock Yingling, 52, decided to sell her brown chair online last month and list it on 15 websites for the price of $ 100

DeDe, an Oklahoma City health professional, listed the product on the Facebook Marketplace, as well as 14 other websites on the evening of March 11.

She described it as a ‘nice chair’ that ‘had nothing wrong with it’, but explained that she was changing her interior and that it no longer matched the theme.

Unexpectedly, the offer went viral within 24 hours, but not because people were eager to buy it.

Instead, social media users quickly saw the outline of a ‘person’ clearly printed on the furniture.

DeAnna’s list has since become the subject of hundreds of memes, and she’s offered up to $ 500 for the old chair.

“The story behind the chair is a bit strange because I never noticed an image,” DeAnna told Jam Press.

‘I bought it from someone else on Marketplace and it has been in my living room for a long time and no one has ever said anything about it.

Viral: The day after it was uploaded to Facebook, DeAnna's seat list was shared 2,784 times and received hundreds of responses from social media users

Viral: The day after it was uploaded to Facebook, DeAnna's seat list was shared 2,784 times and received hundreds of responses from social media users

Viral: The day after it was uploaded to Facebook, DeAnna’s seat list was shared 2,784 times and received hundreds of responses from social media users

‘I put it online and the next morning my sister texted me to tell me it was exploding on Facebook.’

The day after it was uploaded to Facebook, DeAnna’s seat list had been shared 2,784 times and received hundreds of responses from social media users.

She was overwhelmed by the response and found the comments extremely entertaining.

DeAnna said: “ A friend even texted me saying that our own Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt had even commented on the chair on Twitter, saying it deserved a wider audience.

“I didn’t have a Twitter account, but I do now,” she added.

On Twitter, fans of the chair have joked about the silhouette.

Maybe I’ll buy it and create a haunted room in my house. Old baby dolls and Grandpa’s ghost chair, ‘one person wrote.

“Someone died in this mofo,” someone else added.

A fan, even though he may have belonged to former President Donald Trump before and joked, “Wow, how did you get hold of Trump’s chair?”

Funny Stuff: DeAnna's offer has since become the subject of hundreds of memes, and she's offered up to $ 500 for the old chair

Funny Stuff: DeAnna's offer has since become the subject of hundreds of memes, and she's offered up to $ 500 for the old chair

Funny Stuff: DeAnna's offer has since become the subject of hundreds of memes, and she's offered up to $ 500 for the old chair

Funny Stuff: DeAnna's offer has since become the subject of hundreds of memes, and she's offered up to $ 500 for the old chair

Funny Stuff: DeAnna’s offer has since become the subject of hundreds of memes, and she’s offered up to $ 500 for the old chair

Famous: Thanks to its viral success, DeAnna is now inundated with over 30 offers on her old chair

Famous: Thanks to its viral success, DeAnna is now inundated with over 30 offers for her old chair

Famous: Thanks to its viral success, DeAnna is now inundated with over 30 offers for her old chair

Visitor?  DeAnna also speculated that the print may have taken care of her late husband

Visitor?  DeAnna also speculated that the print may have taken care of her late husband

Visitor? DeAnna also speculated that the print may have taken care of her late husband

“There’s nothing wrong with it, only an atomic bomb took out the person sitting on it, as you can see the person’s silhouette was pushed onto the chair,” added another.

Thanks to its viral success, DeAnna is now inundated with over 30 offers for her old chair.

However, she believes there is a slightly creepier reasoning behind the imprint on the old leather furniture.

She said: ‘We lived in this house for 13 years, but there was always a weird atmosphere in the house and inexplicable things would happen.

‘We often hear music coming out of nowhere. It is very faint and difficult to distinguish and only happens in the evening. But we just carry on with what we do. ‘

She also speculated that the print may have taken care of her late husband.

“My husband passed away eight years ago and I’ve heard that loved ones come to visit sometimes,” she said.

‘I’m not superstitious or anything, but is there any possibility that he was there when I took the pictures? Could be.’